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Against the backdrop of AIDS, the film explores two families, each with a gay son. Jonathan is splitting from Miki because the more experienced Miki is playing around. Then Jonathan sees Thomas, the son and grandson of his neighbors, who... See more »

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Thomas
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Miki
Dvora Bartonov ...
Grandmother's Friend
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Doron
Gal Hoyberger ...
Jonathan
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Thomas' Mother
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Tovale
Hinna Rozovska ...
Thomas' Grandmother
Hasida Stolero ...
Edna
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Doris
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Bafi

Directed by

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Amos Guttman

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Amos Guttman ... ()

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Doron Preiss ... producer

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Arkadi Duchin

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Yoav Kosh
Amnon Zlayet

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Einat Glaser-Zarhin

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Udi Yerushalmy ... first assistant director

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Alex Epstine ... boom operator

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Eitan Ben Arie ... focus puller
Shai Goldenberg ... key grip
Mikey Inbari ... gaffer (uncredited)

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Against the backdrop of AIDS, the film explores two families, each with a gay son. Jonathan is splitting from Miki because the more experienced Miki is playing around. Then Jonathan sees Thomas, the son and grandson of his neighbors, who is back in Israel after failing to make it as a musician in New York: Thomas is ill, detached, in search of hard drugs. Jonathan tries to connect with him. Meanwhile, Thomas's grandmother, facing old age, has become bitter, particularly toward her hard-working daughter. They worry about Thomas. A few blocks away, Jonathan's mother, brother and sister maintain their sometimes bickering relationships, watching Jonathan brave adulthood. Written by

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Also Known As
  • Amazing Grace (World-wide, English title)
  • Csodálatos kegyelem (Hungary)
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  • 95 min
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